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  • The Plight of Penguins

    Savannah Young / January 20, 2022
    Penguins are a unique bird that have fascinated humans for centuries. Likely, this is because of their similarity to us. Penguins walk upright, they communicate in a similar pattern to…
  • Nominations are Open for the 2022 Hero Dog Awards!

    Savannah Young / January 14, 2022
    It’s officially that time of year…. Nominations for the 2022 American Humane Hero Dog Awards are now open! This exciting and heartwarming nationwide contest, now in its 12th year, searches…
  • Kicking off the New Year with a New Service Dog!

    Savannah Young / January 11, 2022
    For many brave members of the armed forces, coming home as a civilian is only the beginning of another daunting battle. The invisible wounds of war, including Post-Traumatic Stress and…
  • Keeping Betty in our Hearts

    Savannah Young / January 6, 2022
    For nearly a century, Betty White was a tireless and devoted animal welfare advocate. Through her 70-year support of American Humane, longer than any other supporter in our history, she…
  • A Look Back at What we Accomplished in 2021

    Savannah Young / January 4, 2022
    Another year has come and gone. As we celebrate our blessings with friends and family and decide on this year’s resolutions, it is important to look back and take stock…
  • Heroes Home for the Holidays

    Savannah Young / December 30, 2021
    The bond that military working dogs have with their military handlers is like nothing you can imagine. They must protect each other, trust each other and depend on one another…
  • Tips for a Humane Winter

    Savannah Young / December 23, 2021
    With the passing of the winter solstice earlier this week, we finally greet the beginning of winter. For many parts of the United States, and the globe, this means potentially…
  • In Loving Memory of Bernie Rollin

    Savannah Young / December 21, 2021
    He was tough on people but kind to animals, and that’s why we loved him. Dr. Bernard “Bernie” Rollin, a longtime Colorado State University Professor and the world’s leading animal…
  • Protect Your Loved Ones if Disaster Strikes

    Savannah Young / December 14, 2021
    Tornadoes are among the most terrifying and destructive natural phenomena – and they rarely give much warning. Just this past weekend, a series of tornadoes tore through six states: Arkansas,…